CDB, IMPACS, OECS Partner to Establish Maritime Single Window

[L-R]: Calvin Manduna; Lt Col Michael Jones; Luis Maia; and Daniel Best. (Photo via OECS)

 (Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Press Release) A maritime single window will be established in the Eastern Caribbean in the upcoming months says Director of the Projects Department at the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), Mr. Daniel Best.  

His announcement came at the launch of the Establishment of Integrated Border Systems in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Project on Wednesday November 25, 2020 at CDB headquarters. The project will create a maritime single window solution which will consolidate existing systems for advanced passenger and cargo information and other complementary structures into a single portal accessible to the various agencies involved in border control operations. 

Mr. Best stated that“Customs authorities in beneficiary countries will receive an upgraded passenger portal to operationalise the Maritime Single Window, built in risk management capacity at implementing agency CARICOM IMPACS  for the existing cargo system and training for staff  to utilise the newly developed technology.” 

Read more at: Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States

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